Your reasoning is OK, but let me be the first to say, if one of your life experiences is "SDN regular", you lead a pretty lame life. Moreover, while many SDN'ers truly enjoy another opportunity to help those in need, most regulars are regulars for more egocentric reasons... "will they discuss the NYMC waitlist?"...or, "verbal problems discussed at all?"...at least these are the sorts of things I seek at SDN. Until SDN becomes a community devoted to GIVING to the less fortunate AND discussing current pre-med issues, then I think your case stands no chance. Sure, the ideal of community is important for future doctors, but it certainly has no place in the AMCAS world. Seriously, though, it's a great idea.